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ESPN The Magazine:

Having a Ball. It takes a very confident man to stand five feet from a pitching machine and take a 90 mph baseball to the cojones. Or a crazy one. Wearing both hats is former MLB pitcher Mark Littell, who put his fertility in the hands of the NuttyBuddy - the athletic supporter he invented - during a videotaped field test.  Playing the part of a manic pitchman in the you-really-don't-want-to-miss-this-clip (nuttybuddy.com), Littell promises that the supporter, which comes in three sizes - the Boss, the Hog and el Jefe - will curb the breakage and pinching common with other cups. Says he: "I stand behind my product. Literally."  - Charles Curtis

VH1 Best Week Ever:

AD WIZARDS: The Nutty Professional Baseball Player  You might not remember major leaguer Mark Littell (most likely because he's primarily known for being a mediocre Kansas City Royals pitcher back in the late 70's), but this commercial for his athletic support product "The NuttyBuddy", is pretty unforgettable. In less than two minutes, Littell sexually harasses a "sweet-looking" high school girl named Lacey, randomly tells us he's not a transvestite, repeatedly refers to his "cajonies", hoists himself atop two Igloo water coolers wearing tight spandex shorts and a backwards batting helmet, and voluntarily takes a 100-mph fastball right in the junk, all to demonstrate the effectiveness of what his patented athletic cup, and all under the watchful gaze of Masa Koyanagi, the "Asian trainer" whose purpose is never clearly explained. 

The NuttyBuddy comes in three sizes: "The Boss", "The Hog", and "El Jefe". I don't know what it means, but some reason I feel like I should purchase the Spanish one.  VH1 Best Week Ever: NuttyBuddy Article

Business Week:

NuttyBuddy: Bronze, Design Explorations

CREDIT: Don Herring and Dosun Shin, IDSA, Arizona State University
CLIENT: Mark Littell

The NuttyBuddy athletic protective device fits Little League players 10 and up as well as professional baseball players--all in a range of only four sizes. Rather than the upside down triangle shape of devices currently on the market, the NuttyBuddy is anatomically shaped to the human male, which provides never-before-seen levels of comfort while being able to withstand a baseball traveling at more than 100 mph. In addition, a "tail" passes between the legs to center the cup during activity and provide protection under the groin area. This patented product is currently being considered for purchase by athletic product manufacturers.

Data provided by IDSA | Business Week Online: NuttyBuddy Article

MSNBC - Oddball w/Keith Olberman

(transcript ) - The NuttyBuddy was featured in the "Oddball" section of Kieth Olberman's show on MSNBC in the fall of 2006. The footage comes from the "Ball Two" video where Mark Littell introduces the NuttyBuddy personally, by testing its toughness against a 90 mph pitching machine. Once again we salute Mark for bravely standing tall, or crouching, in the face of fertility.

2006 IDEA Award

NuttyBuddy: Bronze, Design Explorations

The NuttyBuddy athletic protective device fits Little League players 10 and up as well as professional baseball players-all in a range of only four sizes. Rather than the upside down triangle shape of devices currently on the market, the NuttyBuddy is anatomically shaped to the human male, which provides never-before-seen levels of comfort while being able to withstand a baseball traveling at more than 100 mph. In addition, a "tail" passes between the legs to center the cup during activity and provide protection under the groin area. This patented product is currently being considered for purchase by athletic product manufacturers.

Credit: Don Herring and Dosun Shin, IDSA, Arizona State University
Client: Mark Littell

2006 IDEA Award

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